|Berkeley Transportation Commission 6/16/11 - Scott Mace|
Joint Workshop with Public Works Commission on Right of Way Modernization and Better Streets Program; Electric Vehicle Charging; Update on West Street Path Project. (3 hours, 55 minutes in stereo)
Keywords: Berkeley; Complete Streets
|Sustainable Times Episode 1 - Matthew Sweet|
I am very pleased to present Episode #1 of the Sustainable Times Podcast! Over one hour on the subject of Sustainability in Hamilton! After a quick intro of the idea behind this podcast, I’m joined by Juby Lee of Green Venture, Environment Hamilton and the Hamilton Naturalists’ Club to talk the latest news on sustainability. Then Peter Topalovic of the City of Hamilton joins me to talk Complete Streets, transportation demand management and more!
Keywords: sustainability; complete streets; hamilton; transportation
|NEC's EcoNews Report: 08/29/13 Jessica Hall interviews Michael Moule about complete streets planning. - Northcoast Environmental Center|
The EcoNews Report is presented by the Northcoast Environmental Center, in Arcata, CA. Broadcast every Thursday at 1:30pm on KHSU (Humboldt State University) and khsu.org, and posted on our website www.yournec.org/econews-report.08/29/13 Jessica Hall of Humboldt Baykeeper interviews Michael Moule, traffic engineer with Nelson/Nygaard, about complete streets planning.Uploaded by Morgan Corviday.
Keywords: KHSU; Arcata; Humboldt; complete streets; HBK; NEC
|Complete Streets Policy and Project Move-Out - Gina Rizza|
Interviews with Charlie Kratovil from NewBrunswicktoday.com and Russell Marchetta, Public Information Officer for the City of New Brunswick, to discuss the Complete Streets Policy (which includes bike lanes) and Project Move-Out, the project that stopped the garbage moratorium.
Keywords: Complete Streets Policy; bike lanes; Project Move-out; Garbage Moratorium
|Living Lightly with David Chernushenko (Slow Ottawa Audiocast #4) - Graham Larkin|
"Sustainability is social, environmental and economic" says David Chernushenko—seasoned campaigner for community improvement and current Councillor for Ottawa's Capital Ward—in this extensive interview with Slow Ottawa host Graham Larkin. David reveals exactly when he got his start in advocacy for "living lightly", explains why he eschews partisan labels; speculates about the hope for a generation more attuned to light living; and shares many stories about recent local initiatives...
Keywords: David Chernushenko; Ottawa; advocacy; sustainability; urbanism; complete streets; bike lanes; pedestrian bridges; Landsdowne Park; audiocast; podcast
|2010-11-20: Sustainability on the Edge - South Fraser OnTrax (SFOT) Transportation Advocacy Society|
Audio from second annual Sustainability on the Edge event. Keynote speaker is Dan Burden who spoke on "How We Got Into this Mess, and Our Way Out." Other speakers include David Pollock "Making Our Township More Sustainable", Charan Sethi "How to Change Your World - Being a Social Architect", Ramin Seifi "On the Road to Sustainability", and Shawn Bouchard on Quadra Homes in Willoughby.
Keywords: langley; walkability; sustainability; smart growth; urban planning; green; land-use; transportation; complete street; complete streets; TOD; compact; Whalley; Surrey
|A conversation with Clarence Eckerson of Street Films - jon winston|
Last Halloween I met with video documentarian Clarence Eckerson of Street Films and Bike TV and we had a long, sprawling discussion about the role of internet-based video and blogging in transportation activism. Street Films is a part of Streets Blog, both of which are produced by The Open Planning Project. Be sure to go to the blog for archived shows and lots of links!
Keywords: bike, bicycle, bicycle advocacy, bicycle films, clarence eckerson, street films, streets blog, livable streets, urban planning, new york, san francisco, complete streets, bicycle documentary, critical mass, halloween
|Insight: Complete Streets / Hmong Cuisine / Lesa Terry / Shakespeare Comedy|
Complete Streets - A program that aims to make streets safer for all users is getting national attention. Last Friday, a Sacramento woman went to Washington D.C. to testify on behalf of Complete Streets. Today on Insight, we'll talk with Lavada DeSalles about her experience and learn more about Complete Streets from Chris Morfas, legislative liason for the Sacramento Metropolitian Air Quality Management District...
Keywords: Complete Streets; Lavada DeSalles; Chris Morfas; Sacramento Metropolitian Air Quality Management District; Cooking From the Heart; Hmong cuisine; Sheng Yang; Sami Scripter; Lesa Terry; Sierra Fiddle Camp; Shakespeare Comedy Marathon; Sacramento Shakespeare Festival; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio